ONE LOVE Bob Marley Parody “One Shot, Many Deaths” for Vaccine Damage and Informed Consent Awareness Anthem by Sob Gnarly Written by Brian Cimins

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LYRICS of “One Shot, Many Deaths” Performed by Sob Gnarly

Parody of “One Love” by Bob Marley Written by Brian Cimins

One Shot Many DeathsLYRICS:

One Shot, Many Deaths

Let’s get together and vaccinate less

Hear the parents crying (One Shot)

See the children dying (Many Deaths)

Give thanks and praise to the Lord, our kids will be alright

Help Stop the CDC from faking all their studies (Watch VAXXED)

There are some questions we really have to ask (I’ll Start)

Why make vaccines from the blood of pigs, cows and aborted fetuses?

Herd Immunity and Transhumanism has hurt all mankind

Believe me

One Shot, Many Deaths

Let’s get together and vaccinate less

As it was in the beginning (No Shots)

So shall it be in the end (Eternal Life)

Give thanks and praise to the Lord, our kids will be alright

One more thing

Let’s get together to fight this Medical Travesty (No Shots)

So when the baby comes there will be no damage (Watch VAXXED)

Have pity and pray for the doctors who harmed our children

There ain’t no hiding place from Our Lord Jesus Christ

Sayin’ No Shots, Less Death

Let’s get together and vaccinate no more

I’m pleading to mankind (No Shots)

Oh Lord (Eternal Life)

Give thanks and praise to the Lord, our kids will be alright

Let’s get together and stop vaccine damage tonight.

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WHY DID YOU WRITE THIS?  In September 2004, I suffered a severe vaccine injury in the form of minor brain damage due to the Flu Vaccine and sadly witnessed my nephew be severely injured from the MMR vaccine administered at 18 months, taking away his 50+ words of speech to severe reaction which has left Jon without speech and on the severe side of Autism Spectrum including self harm and projected lifelong full time care needed. This song is for my family, this is not medical advice, but please ASK YOUR DOCTOR about getting the MTFHR and Oxidative Stress tests for you, your spouse and ANY newborn before administering vaccinations. I wish we could go back in time to know these shots would affect our family genetically speaking as they have, every immune system is different, but the Flu Vaccine has been implicated in more Brain Damage and potential risk of death more than ANY other Vaccines combined, and on average have not been effective other than suppressing immune systems and causing viral outbreaks due to VIRAL shedding of up to 45 days after the vaccine. Stand up for what you believe in, He who is in me is greater than he who is in the world.  No weapon formed against me shall prosper, thank you for the encouragement Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and all the truth seekers who’ve witnessed vaccine injury in real time.  Forgive them Father for they know now what they do.  There are no more excuses, this is your informed consent.  Vaccines can help for deadly diseases, vaccines can injure and vaccines can kill for non-lethal diseases and that’s just insane.  Why would you risk the side effect of death from a vaccine for a non-lethal disease?  I nearly died from the Flu Vaccine, it certainly wasn’t worth it.

FACT CHECKER: Non-Biblical Preacher Misquote from St. Francis of Assisi “Preach the Gospel at all times. Use words words if necessary.” – Article Excerpts by Glenn T. Stanton with Commentary by Brian Cimins

Some parts quoted from “FactChecker” by Glenn T. Stanton of http://TheGospelCoalition.org article along with http://YourStrategyCoach.com by Brian Cimins

Christians use lots of quotes. Pastors use them in their sermons constantly. Writers illustrate their points with them. Nothing wrong with that. They are quite helpful and encouraging in making a point. Except when the quote has no basis in fact. We as evangelicals who claim we are committed to truth are certainly good at spreading falsehood, even if unintentionally. We can do better. One very clever and popular quote we often knock around among ourselves is . . .

10_4_francis4“Preach the Gospel at all times. Use words if necessary.”

– St. Francis of Assisi

(Note: He never actually said this)

It is always attributed to St. Francis of Assisi, founder of the Franciscan Order and is intended to say that proclaiming the Gospel by example is more virtuous than actually proclaiming with voice. It is a quote that has often annoyed me because it seems to create a useless contrast between speech and action. Besides, the spirit behind it can be a little arrogant, hinting that those who “practice the Gospel” are more faithful to the faith than those who preach it. But here’s the fact: Our good Francis never said such a thing. None of his disciples, early or later biographers have these words coming from his mouth. It doesn’t show up in any of his writings. Not even close really. The closest comes from his Rule of 1221, Chapter XII (12) on how the Franciscans should practice their preaching which states, No brother should preach contrary to the form and regulations of the Holy Church nor unless he has been permitted by his minister…All the Friars …should preach by their deeds.”

Essentially, it’s saying, “make sure your deeds match your words”. While there’s a nice and good sentiment in the statement—be sure you live out the grace and truth of the Gospel—the notion as it is typically presented is neither practical, nor faithful to the Gospel of Christ. It does not even align with St. Francis’ own practice. His first biographer, Thomas of Celeno, writing just three years after Francis’ death, quotes him instructing his co-workers in the Gospel thusly, “The preacher must first draw from secret prayers what he will later pour out in holy sermons; he must first grow hot within before he speaks words that are in themselves cold.”

Mark Galli, senior editor at Christianity Today, wrote a book on Francis as well as a clarifying brief article on the myth of this quote. He explains that Francis was quite a preacher, actually more along the lines of Jonathan Edwards than most of those who misquote him would like to think. Galli quotes Thomas’ biography, His words were neither hollow nor ridiculous, but filled with the power of the Holy Spirit, penetrating the marrow of the heart, so that listeners were turned to great amazement.”

Our man clearly spent a great deal of time using his words when he preached, “sometimes preaching in up to five villages a day, often outdoors. In the country, Francis often spoke from a bale of straw or a granary doorway. In town, he would climb on a box or up steps in a public building. He preached to . . . any who gathered to hear the strange but fiery little preacher from Assisi.” He was sometimes so animated and passionate in his delivery that “his feet moved as if he were dancing.”

b48d64ceea677934e3d736baed320cef--gospel-christian-quotesPastor, Theologian, and Author Andrew Rappaport of StrivingForEternity.org added, “In his later life, Francis detached from society becoming hermit-like totally secluded from ALL creatures, not preaching the gospel with words or actions, far apart from from the lost, the suffering, the depressed, oppressed, the sick and people like us, the sinners.  This is in total in opposition of what Jesus commanded us into do Matthew Chapter 28, Verses 16-20.”

Writer, Duane Liftin adds, “It’s simply impossible to preach the Gospel without words. The Gospel is inherently verbal, and preaching the Gospel is inherently verbal behavior.” And the “deed” proclamation of the Gospel is not biblical either.

Paul asks the Church at Rome (Romans 10:14), “How then will they call on Him in whom they have not believed? How will they believe in Him whom they have not heard? And how will they hear without a preacher?” So next time you hear one of your brothers or sisters in Christ use this quote to encourage or challenge you in your labors for our faith, gently guide them from the land of misinformation and make believe into Biblical truth with LOVING KINDNESS standing on the Word of God always righteously and confidently.
Finally, beware of false teachers or wolves in sheep’s clothing who quote words of fallen men more than the incorruptible Word of God. We must remember His word never changes, His Word is enough, His grace is sufficient and our deeds will never outweigh unrepented sin or earn our way into heaven. THANK GOD, we are SAVED BY GRACE ALONE through FAITH ALONE in CHRIST JESUS.

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FREE AUDIOBOOK “Parents Forget”, an adaptation of FATHER FORGETS by W. Livingston Larned Featured in How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

“Parents Forget”, an adaptation of FATHER FORGETS by W. Livingston Larned from How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
Please subscribe for more free videos like “Parents Forget”, an adaptation of FATHER FORGETS by W. Livingston Larned from How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie condensed on http://BrianCimins.com (from Readers Digest)
Listen, son: I am saying this as you lie asleep, one little paw crumpled under your cheek and the blond curls stickily wet on your damp forehead. I have stolen into your room alone. Just a few minutes ago, as I sat reading my paper in the library, a stifling wave of remorse swept over me. Guiltily I came to your bedside.
There are the things I was thinking, son: I had been cross to you. I scolded you as you were dressing for school because you gave your face merely a dab with a towel. I took you to task for not cleaning your shoes. I called out angrily when you threw some of your things on the floor.
At breakfast I found fault, too. You spilled things. You gulped down your food. You put your elbows on the table. You spread butter too thick on your bread. And as you started off to play and I made for my train, you turned and waved a hand and called, “Goodbye, Daddy!” and I frowned, and said in reply, “Hold your shoulders back!”
Then it began all over again in the late afternoon. As I came up the road I spied you, down on your knees, playing marbles. There were holes in your stockings. I humiliated you before your boyfriends by marching you ahead of me to the house. Stockings were expensive-and if you had to buy them you would be more careful! Imagine that, son, from a father!
youtube-father-forgetsDo you remember, later, when I was reading in the library, how you came in timidly, with a sort of hurt look in your eyes? When I glanced up over my paper, impatient at the interruption, you hesitated at the door. “What is it you want?” I snapped.
You said nothing, but ran across in one tempestuous plunge, and threw your arms around my neck and kissed me, and your small arms tightened with an affection that God had set blooming in your heart and which even neglect could not wither. And then you were gone, pattering up the stairs.
Well, son, it was shortly afterwards that my paper slipped from my hands and a terrible sickening fear came over me. What has habit been doing to me? The habit of finding fault, of reprimanding-this was my reward to you for being a boy. It was not that I did not love you; it was that I expected too much of youth. I was measuring you by the yardstick of my own years.
And there was so much that was good and fine and true in your character. The little heart of you was as big as the dawn itself over the wide hills. This was shown by your spontaneous impulse to rush in and kiss me good night. Nothing else matters tonight, son. I have come to your bedside in the darkness, and I have knelt there, ashamed!
It is feeble atonement; I know you would not understand these things if I told them to you during your waking hours. But tomorrow I will be a real daddy! I will chum with you, and suffer when you suffer, and laugh when you laugh. I will bite my tongue when impatient words come. I will keep saying as if it were a ritual: “He is nothing but a boy-a little boy!”
I am afraid I have visualized you as a man. Yet as I see you now, son, crumpled and weary in your cot, I see that you are still a baby. Yesterday you were in your mother’s arms, your head on her shoulder. I have asked too much, too much, yet given too little of myself. Promise me, as I teach you to have the manners of a man, that you will remind me how to have the loving spirit of a child.
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Self Confidence Quote for Women and Girls by Lucia Cimins – “Our positive self image and outlook on the world is our daily choice. Choose wisely and live boldly each day”

Women Only Magazine with Lucia Cimins and Friends
Women Only Magazine with Lucia Cimins and Friends

Lucia Lee Cimins
Lucia Lee Cimins, WomenOnlyMagazine.com
My beautiful and amazing wife, Lucia Lee Cimins never ceases to amaze me. Within the last month, she has completely transformed and organized our home into a more Zen-like peaceful living quarters, she picked back up her mastery of the art of custom jewelry making and the driving force behind the development and launch of the new “Women Only Magazine” which will help enrich and empower the lives of women worldwide.

I personally look forward to reading the articles by mothers for fellow moms looking to improve their lives, reduce stress and anxiety, improve their relationship with the kids, how to romance your husband, exercise and diet advice, parental emotional intelleigence training and tons of fashion, beauty and hair care advice from some of the industry’s experts through New Jersey and the Tri-State area.

Without further ado…here’s Lucia’s first personal branding image quote – proud of her 🙂

“Our positive self image and outlook on the world is our daily choice. Choose wisely and live boldly each day” – Lucia Cimins of http://WomenOnlyMagazine.com and Custom Jewelry and Fashion Design at: http://Facebook.com/CosmetologyTips

"Our positive self image and outlook on the world is our daily choice. Choose wisely and live boldly each day" - Lucia Cimins
“Our positive self image and outlook on the world is our daily choice. Choose wisely and live boldly each day” – Lucia Cimins

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